This post has nothing to do with eye care…

If you have ever been to my office, you will know that I love photography.  My walls a lined with Black & White photos that I collect and have taken.  Over the past 2 years much of my free time has been devoted to getting a Healthcare MBA from George Washington University.  Because of this, I have not taken any photos in this time.  Well, I am finished with my MBA, and I am in the process of getting back into photography.

My goals over the next few months were to re-learn Photoshop, learn Aperature, and begin taking pictures.  I recently bought a new high end Epson Stylus Pro 4880 printer and Colorbyte ImagePrint software.  I plan on upgrading my Nikon D1X with a Nikon D3x in the next month.

One of my favorite photo blogs is Digital Photography School, put out by Darren Roswe, of Pro Blogger Fame.  His last blog post featured a wonderful idea:  Photo365 Project.  Photo365 involves taking a photo a day over the next year, quite ambitious.  What a great way to get back into photography!  Well, I started yesterday, taking a picture while biking here in NJ with my I-Phone.

I plan on using all cameras at my disposal, my I-Phone, a compact Leica C-Lux 1, a range finder Leica M8, and my hopefully new Nikon D3x.  I will taking clinical pictures here in my office along with things I find interesting.  If you are interested, you can follow my progress on my Flickr site.  Hope you enjoy it, and please, let me know what you think!

01-26-2010

Biking With my Shadow 1/365

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